Social distancing has made giving to the poor – an obligation under Islam – harder this Ramadan. Meanwhile Muslim nonprofits are feeling the strain of the economic downturn.
The idea of welcoming the stranger is central to Christianity, Judaism and Islam. Today, that engenders a responsibility to shield refugees and other immigrants from violence and oppression.
By drawing on common values, faith communities can take a lead in making cities fairer, safer, accessible and affordable for all.
As Americans make decisions about year-end giving, how much of it will be influenced by their faith?